Greater Los Angeles Area
Developed, maintained, and owned the SMB and MidMarket sales pipeline, outbound campaigns, and RFP processes for Tuition.io - a benefits focused technology company, enabling employers to offer Student Loan Repayment and Financial Wellness for their employees.
NextDayBetter is a storytelling platform for diaspora communities. I facilitated partnerships on both the local and national level for NextDayBetter's events and media pieces.
Spotlighted mom and pop restauranteurs through marketing and operational support, pop-ups, and showcases.
Partner of co-working space, art bar, and cafe; located in Mission district of San Francisco.
Fielded intake calls and walk-ins, providing legal assistance on immigration, housing, and benefits law. Drafted and filed USCIS applications. Planned legal clinics, fundraisers, and special events. Performed community outreach information legal sessions.
Represented artists, non-profits, and small businesses interested in protecting their creative property through litigation, negotiation, and contract drafting. Drafted agreements and answers, 12(c) motions, and initial disclosures. Filed trademarks with the USPTO.
Co-created business plan and marketing systems for award winning lounge and restaurant. Managed nightlife and negotiated contract with talent, vendors, and agents. Developed public relations plans resulting in positive press.
Drafted demand letters to digital distributors in breach of contract. Edited, reviewed, and summarized contracts between EMI Music and distributors. Reviewed, edited, and drafted amendments to contracts between EMI Music and distributors.
Edited, reviewed, and summarized contracts between IODA, rights holders, and distributors. Conducted research on international publishing rates, publishing societies, and the state of digital distribution in Korean markets.
Processed trademark complaints by identifying legal issues. Performed time sensitive background research and provided prompt responses to trademark owners and advertisers.
Cultivated over $400,000 in funding from the government, corporations, and foundations. Produced Annual Awards Benefit Dinner, resulting in $140,000 worth of sponsorships, silent auction items, advertisements, and ticket sales. Produced SIPA's first public service announcement and annual report in addition to newsletters, press releases, press kits, and websites.